Rijksmuseum: 125,000 artworks digitally free

image courtesy Rijksmuseum: Zelfportret, Jan Gregor van der Schardt, 1573

Good  copyright news from The Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

The freshly-launched  Rijks Studio makes more than 125,000 objects from the collection digitally accessible, free of charge for personal or educational purposes. This includes theses, educational material, projects, lectures.

Images may be used on websites provided the source is mentioned, except if used for commercial or advertising purposes.

The ultra high-resolution images of works, can be freely downloaded, shared, or manipulated, copyright-free. Re-use is actively encouraged!

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